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General Motors CEO Mary Barra talks to reporters after testifying before the House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday.

Laura Christian, the birth mother of Amber Marie Rose, who was killed in an accident linked to the problem, says she's identified at least 29 victims.

Tomatoes, pizza, Pringles — Americans are not afraid to douse everything in ranch.

What the heck did we put on salad, wings, chips and pizza crust before ranch flavor was invented? If you were born after the 1970s, you probably don't remember.

Mammograms can prevent breast cancer deaths, but each woman's benefit or harm will vary widely based on her age and underlying cancer risks, a study finds. More individualized advice would help.

One Run For Boston

After the bombing at last year’s Boston Marathon, runners and non-runners around the world sought ways to support the victims.  Three friends from England decided to do something big to show their support, not knowing just how large their efforts would grow. KSMU’s Shane Franklin has more on their efforts, which are on display this week in Missouri.

President Obama participates in a 2012 town hall hosted by Univision with news anchors Jorge Ramos and Maria Elena Salinas. A conservative media watchdog group says the Spanish-speaking network is biased in favor of Obama and liberals.

The Media Research Center says its survey shows that news stories on the nation's Spanish-language television networks are dominated by partisans on the left — and conservatives should be concerned.

U.S. men's national team captain models the new World Cup uniform. The kit, unveiled by Nike Tuesday, uses wide bands of color instead of stars or stripes.

The new jerseys feature a familiar U.S. badge on the chest. But they depart from the previous models by using thick bands of the national flag's three colors.

Girl Scouts sell cookies as a winter storm moves in on February 8, 2013 in New York City.

Obesity docs say it's time for the Girl Scouts to ditch the processed, sugary cookies and find another way to raise money. But the tradition is deeply ingrained and has been around for a century.

People wait in hallways for help enrolling in insurance at a city service center in southwest Houston on Monday.

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People turned out in droves Monday to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. They found long lines and eager helpers. Some will have to return later to finish up.

In Arlington, Wash., neighbors and businesses are raising money for the families of those affected by the mudslide in Oso, a part of that city.

Authorities say the death toll from the disaster stands at 24 and that some of those on the list of the missing may be among five bodies yet to be identified.